PSA: Samsung has removed the microSD slot from every Galaxy S21 models
After years of support, Samsung has now removed the microSD slot from all three Galaxy S21 models. The Galaxy S21 series offers three models, with prices starting from $799 to $1,199.
Samsung includes 128GB or 256GB on all S21 models, and S21 Ultra also offers a 512GB storage option. However, it is not good news for those people who have used large-capacity microSD cards to store more music and videos on their phones.
It is not clear whether Samsung will roll back this slot in a future version.
The regular Galaxy S21 comes in Phantom Violet, Phantom Gray, Phantom Pink, and Phantom White, while the Galaxy S 21+ will come in Phantom Violet, Phantom Black, and Phantom Silver. The Galaxy S21 Ultra will use Phantom Silver and Phantom Black.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be launched in the US on 29 January, pre-orders will start on 14 January. The basic model is priced at $799, while the S21+ is priced at $999, and the S21 Ultra is priced at $1,199.
Pre-order offers include Samsung.com’s $100, $150, or $200 credit and free Galaxy Smart tag. Trade discounts can also save up to $700.